The first incident took place in Bonnevoie at 7.30pm on Saturday.

A drunk driver lost control of his car which crashed and rolled until it landed on the driver's side. The driver suffered minor injuries and had to be cut out of the damaged vehicle. After officers breathalyzed the driver, his license was revoked and he was given a fine for drink driving.

A hit-and-run then took place in Clausen at 3.30am, where a driver collided with a stationary vehicle and fled the scene afterwards. Police found the driver responsible soon after - a test proved he was under the influence of alcohol and his car was also not properly registered. The man was fined, his licence was revoked and the car was seized by order of the prosecutor's office.

A police patrol in Troisvierges came across a reckless driver around 3am. When they checked the vehicle, the two passengers became violent, and officers restrained both of them. As the driver was over the permitted alcohol limit, her license was also revoked. She was then brought home, while the passenger spent the night in custody.